Outgoing manager proud to be involved in hospice

Jessica CuthbertAlbany Advertiser
Albany Community Hospice manager Michelle McClure.
Camera IconAlbany Community Hospice manager Michelle McClure. Credit: Albany Advertiser, Laurie Benson Albany Advertiser

After five years in the role, Michelle McClure has resigned as manager of the Albany Hospice, effective May 3.

During her time in the position, the community hospice has seen enormous growth, strategic change, and expanded palliative care services. Mrs McClure said her time in the role had been an amazing experience.

“I have loved working with the staff and volunteers, and I am always humbled by the generosity of the community in their support of the hospice,” she said.

“It’s a very special service and something to be cherished,

“I was very privileged to be involved in the commissioning of the new hospice, which now provides Albany and surrounding districts with a world-class facility.”

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“I am very happy to leave (the) hospice in such a great position where it is now achieving recognition for the quality care provided and is keen to continue to develop programs to support the community of Albany.”

Chairwoman Jane Mouritz said the board extended its sincere appreciation for Ms McClure’s professional expertise and compassionate care. “We wish her well for the future. A farewell function will be held closer to the time when her employment at hospice finishes,” she said.

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